AIM Rule 26

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AIM Rule 26

AIM Rule 26

The following information is being disclosed in accordance with AIM Rule 26. Correct as at 27 March 2019.
Business DescriptionCompany DirectorsIncorporation & OperationKey AdvisorsAnnual & Interim ReportsConstitutional InfoShareholder InfoAnnouncementsOther ExchangesRestrictionsSecurities On Issue% Not In Public HandsSignificant ShareholdersTakeover code
Business Description
GetBusy is a global Document Management and Communication software business that provides highly secure forms of digital document distribution, workflows and client chat. 1.6 million users are now registered to share information through GetBusy's award-winning online client portals.
The Group has three core product offerings:
1) Virtual Cabinet is document management and client portal software focused on the medium size to enterprise size market. It is used by 27 of the top 100 accounting firms in the UK and 22 of the top 100 accounting firms in Australia and New Zealand;
2) SmartVault is an award-winning document management and client portal software targeting the professional small and medium enterprise market, and is long established in the USA with an emerging business in the UK;
3) GetBusy is a new product which helps busy teams accomplis more.
Company Directors
Company Of Incorporation And Main Country Of Operation
Country Of Operation:
United Kingdom
Country Registration Number:
Main Country Of Incorporation:
United Kingdom
Registered Office:
Unit G,
South Cambridgeshire Business Park
CB22 3JH
Key Advisors
Broker and nominated adviser:
Liberum Capital Limited
Ropemaker Place
25 Ropemaker Street
London EC2Y 9LY
Legal Advisors:
Mills & Reeve LLP
Botanic House
100 Hills Road
3 Hardman Street
M3 3HF
Share Registrar:
Computershare Investor Services plc
The Pavilions
Bridgwater Road
Bristol BS13 8AE
United Kingdom
Annual And Interim Results
Shareholder Documents
Announcements And Presentations
Other Exchanges And Trading Platforms On Which Securities Are Traded
Restrictions On The Transfer Of AIM Securities
There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities.
Securities On Issue
48,399,614 ordinary shares of 0.15 pence each.
Nil ordinary shares held in treasury.
Percentage Of Securities Not In Public Hands
Significant Shareholders
The company has received disclosure of interest from, or is aware of,
the following holders of more than 3% of the Company’s issued share capital as at 2 March 2020:
Shareholder Name
Percentage Of Shares
Mr Clive A Rabie*
BGF Investment Management Limited
Canaccord Genuity Group Inc
Mr Gregory J Wilkinson**
Herald Investment Management Limited
River & Mercantile
Gresham House
Mr Daniel Rabie
*Of Clive Rabie’s beneficial interest in 9,089,247 Ordinary Shares, 2,046,954 Ordinary Shares (representing 4.2 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held through DJZ Investments Pty Ltd, an entity solely owned by Saka Holdings Pty Ltd. Clive Rabie and his wife are the sole shareholders of Saka Holdings Pty Ltd. In addition, 6,576,164 Ordinary Shares (representing 13.6 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held by The Rabie Executive Superannuation Fund, of which Clive Rabie and his wife are the sole beneficiaries.
**Of Greg Wilkinson’s beneficial interest in 3,692,233 Ordinary Shares, 967,559 Ordinary Shares (representing 2.0 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held through Rawform Pty Ltd, an entity solely owned by Greg Wilkinson. In addition, 41,462 Ordinary Shares (representing 0.1 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held through Testamentary Estate, of which Greg Wilkinson is the sole beneficiary.
Takeover Code
The Company is a public company incorporated in England and Wales and its Ordinary Shares are admitted to trading on AIM. Accordingly, the City Code applies to all takeover and merger transactions in relation to the Company and operates principally to ensure that shareholders of the Company are treated fairly and are not denied an opportunity to decide on the merits of a takeover and that shareholders of the same class are afforded equivalent treatment. The City Code also provides an orderly framework within which takeovers are conducted and the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers has now been placed on a statutory footing.
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